Welcome to the Split Meta: Royal Recruits, Royal Hogs, and Three Musketeers. SPLIT THEM ALL!!😂
Despite the Royal Recruits Challenge having passed some time ago, I thought it would be fun to share this super split-push deck with you all!
This deck shines and thrives on the ability to push both lanes at once. You generally want to try to gain an elixir advantage with your Elixir Collector by baiting out their medium/heavy spell with your Rascals, Hogs or even Archers. However, as discussed in the video, this deck was played during the Royal Recruits Challenge. In this challenge, due to the inevitable presence of the Recruits, there were not many medium/heavy spells; this allowed me to place my elixir collector safely most of the time.
Once you have an elixir advantage, you can place your Three Musketeers in the back and get your split push going. You can generally place your Royal Recruits as tanks in front of your Musketeers once they get closer to the bridge, given that you have enough elixir from your Collector or from double elixir gain in overtime.
You can also place your Royal Hogs as tanks in front of the Musketeers if you don’t have enough elixir for the recruits. Furthermore, your Archers and Rascals can gain benefit from being split down the middle as well.
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